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? >> apparently there's this new thing in l.a. called swatting, and it's where people call 911 and claim that there's an emergency in a celebrity's house, and then the lapd freaks out and sends a swat team and helicopters over to that celebrity's house. it happened with the kardashians last week, and then it happened to chris brown yesterday. they said there was a domestic disturbance over there. it wasn't true. they -- >> those people should be arrested. >> absolutely. they should be arrested. >> andy, thank you for coming to see us. >> thank you for having me. >> a little bit buzzed. >> no, i'm not. >> leftovers. >> this is my morning attitude. yes. >> while we're talking about celebrities, guess who is here, luke perry is with us. >> he is going to talk about his new movie after this. >> quite honored. >> just doesn't want to be here. there he is. >> oh. wtossing and turninge have given way to sleeping. where sleepless nights yield to restful sleep. and lunesta®(eszopiclone) can help you get there. like it has for so many people before. when taking lunesta, don't drive or operate mac
kris and bruce jenner. someone made a prank call, so all the authorities show up at the mansion in l.a. on friday. there was not a hostage crisis or shots fired. kim tweets, these prank calls are not funny. i hope they find out who is behind this. it's dangerous and not a joke. so kim is very upset. but bruce got over it pretty quickly. the kardashians are -- >> they love the publicity. >> they're always tv ready. so put the authorities in l.a. on a real case, like finding bruce's original face. >> i would agree with you on that. >> that's the mystery that needs to be solved. >>> we were talking a lot about oprah winfrey -- you're terrible! >> take it easy, bruce. take it down, buddy. >> he does look like somebody pulled the back of his head. any way, lance armstrong, we were all watching that interview, i think, last week on thursday night. but apparently not as great ratings as oprah had hoped. thursday night on "own," it attracted just about 3.2 million viewers. usually she gets about 6 million viewers. when whitney houston's daughter was also interviewed, they got 3.5 million. so s
with your fake calls. put the authorities in l.a. on a real case, like finding bruce's original face. >> i would agree with you on that. >> that's the mystery that needs to be solved. >>> we were talking a lot about oprah winfrey -- you're terrible! >> take it easy, bruce. take it down, buddy. >> he does look like somebody pulled the back of his head. >> he looks like skeletor with botox. >> any way, lance armstrong, we were all watching that interview, i think, last week on thursday night. but apparently not as great ratings as oprah had hoped. thursday night on "own," it attracted just about 3.2 million viewers. usually on her syndicated show she got about 6 million viewers. so almost half. when whitney houston's daughter was also interviewed, they got even more viewers, 3.5 million. so she's a little disappointed i would imagine. but i think 3.2 million viewers, when you can't find where the channel is, it's pretty darn good. >> every news organization on the planet was trying to get the lance armstrong interview and it's still oprah, she still got it. >> she's still the oracle. as far
as it becomes available. >>> many are still reacting to president obama's immigration policy speech in las vegas yesterday where he stated that now is the time to fix what he called a broken system. republican lawmakers are warning there's only so farther willing to compromise on the issue. tracie potts is live in washington with more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. at this point moving forward, both sides need to reconcile these plans, the president's and the ones lawmakers pitched. while the goals seem to be the same, what we're not clear on at this point are the the details. >> now is the time. >> reporter: starting today lawmakers begin to sort out differences between their immigration plan and president obama's like how long will it take for people liveing here illegal to become citizens. >> some people have been here for 20 or 30 years in limbo. >> it won't be a quick process. >> reporter: five years is enough but lawmakers want to make sure the borders are secure first. that could take longer. >> if this becomes a bidding war to see who comes up with with the easiest, quickest p
finishes with 90-yards and four touchdowns. goes deep to harry dougs las. i thought it was the play of the game. initially ruled a catch. the call will stand, harbaugh obviously didn't agree. this could have been a touchdown, had they caught that ball in stride. 4th and 4. bolden who might have gone away with something. defense shut down the falcons. for the sixth time in franchise history, 49ers going to the super bowl. the first five under the ownership of eddie bartolo. >> i'm emotional and the tradition continues with a fantastic family who is done this and they did it with clation wrks a great -- class with a great organization. fantastic coach, fantastic staff and it's just the beginning. i love you all, god bless you. >> and i love you. we've been there for each other through thick and thin. we've come full circle. the dynasty will prevail. >> the friction between the brother and sister and dr. york was there. i thought it was a classy touch. falcons outgained 49ers by a little over 100 yards. san francisco once again got it done. and l
on the streets and shot, dead. >> investigators say snead just brought the girl from l.a. to her parents home in the bay view on june 3. the girl reportedly called him the next day and asked that he pick her up at home. snead was shot to death in his car near the house. prosecutors say surveillance video the day of the murder shows the father and other two suspects meeting on the 1400 block of grove street. they say one suspect rented a car in l.a. and drove it to san francisco. and that the video shows that the driver meeting the girl's father and nephew who drove up in another car. >> there are tl is clear video of them coming together, then, leaving the scene. >> the complaint says they drove and waited for snead and when he arrived, guilton shot him in the head. the d.a.says the father tried unsuccessfully once to kill snead in los angeles. >> we have been able to place him near the location of a shooting occurred in l.a. where our victim was the victim of that particular crime. >> well, one ironic footnote. a source close to this investigation tells abc 7 news two defendants are associat
las vegas to exist in the desert. another important form of conservation is preventing leaks. man: every drop counts. all water systems have what they call an efficiency rating. so if you were to measure the water that goes into your system and compare it to the water that goes out, how much is unaccounted for? most states have a goal of 10%. ours is at only 5.5% right now. and we have plans to lower that to 4%. man: we actually have our entire distribution system mapped out in a computerized or electronic format. and we can locate our pipes, we can locate our valves, we can locate water meters that are out there. we've got small units installed in the distribution system. and they actually listen for leaks. we can schedule the repair, minimize its impacts to the surrounding community, and it minimizes cost, because obviously, if you've got a leak that's been leaking for sometime, you're going to see a lot of undermining of the roadways, potential property damage. fisher: all the sensors in the field come into this location. these two operators behind me operate the entire water s
assignment, prince harry suffered through bad press and a scolding from the queen after a wild night in las vegas. as he headed home, the prince took a shot at the press for reporting what he called rubbish. >> let myself down. let my family down, a lot of people down. at the end of the day, one should expect a certain amount of privacy. >> reporter: he was wild about another headline. his brother prince william and his wife kate are expecting a baby. harry says he can't wait to be an uncle. in london, cbs news. >> that's one tough royal. >>> coming up after local news, highlights from president obama's second inauguration ceremony. i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news." [ cheering ] ♪ [ chanting ] ♪ starting at just 6 bucks. try our new southwestern mac and cheese with grilled chicken served with soup or salad. chili's lunch combos. starting at 6 bucks. more life happens here. i get so worried today when someone in my family gets the flu. fact: advil not only relieves body aches and pains that can come with the flu it also reduces fever fast. relief doe
. some of these protestors said they were angry at the former police chief of l.a. and new york for standing by the controversial police policy called "stop & frisk." >> i'm sorry that any police department in america that tries to function without some form of "stop & frisk" or whatever terminology they use is doomed to failure. >> reporter: "stop & frisk," staunchly defended by bill bratton in a cbs 5 interview yesterday is validated by the u.s. supreme court that says if an officer has reasonable suspicion that someone is engage in criminal activity, then the officer has the right to stop and search that person. >> for new city to say they don't do stop and friction, i'm sorry they don't know what the hell they are talking about. >> it's like chasing your tail. >> reporter: this civil rights attorney says oakland as tried "stop & frisk" in the past and went too far. siegel claims that's why the police department is now being overseen by a federal judge. >> it's the very same kind of tactic. it's very ayes, sirrive on- street policing directed
work? snaking our way through the consumer electronics show in las vegas, we couldn't help but notice so much of the new technology focuses on the new you. that fork called the happy fork. >> it's thought to tell you to got -- to eat more slowly. >> reporter: it tells you to eat more slowly. where are you from? >> from paris. >> reporter: paris, so you come up with this in france where you eat cheese and winement it measures the length of your meal, the number of times you bring it to your mouth and how long you break in between fork loads. it's vibrating already. turns out i was eating too fast, not to mention talking with my mouth full. joanna stern, abcnews.com technology editor right there with us. so what does it want me to do? >> it wants you to slow down. >> reporter: so i did. it's not vibrating now. so i slowed down, and it's happy with me now. >> it's actually called the happy fork. >> reporter: apropos. i put this on my forehead. the next item they tried to convince of on was spree. you put it on your forehead. how is my heart rate? 75. my heart rate is dropping as i check
in another brawl with frank ocean, tmz saying that police were called to the scene in l.a. where brown had a run-in with ocean's people. but tmz said there were no arrests. >> sounds like trouble. >>> the confusing play at the nfl pro bowl yesterday. this is center jeff saturday, he lined up on the wrong team for one play. but this was for sentimental reasons. jeff saturday was allowed to break the rules to share one final moment with longtime quarterback peyton manning. see manning got to stare at manning's behind for 13 seasons. saturday is retiring. they got to share one more quiet moment together. >> and the rest of world. >>> early start continues right now. >>> 233. that's where the death toll now stands in the brazil nightclub fire. >>> plus a sloppy commute expected for millions of people this morning. we'll have a live report straight ahead. . >>> i think hillary clinton will go down as one of the finest secretaries of state we had. >> one heck of a moment between the president and the secretary of state. but why all of the love. >> such good friends. >> very good friends. what a
since last month's shooting massacre in newtown, connecticut. the nra's chief executive wayne lapierre and former congresswoman gabrielle giffords were two that testified. giffords called on congress to act now. >> speaking is difficult, but i need to say something important. violence is a big problem. too many children are dying. >> the white house is pushing to reinstate a ban on assault weapons, limiting ammunition magazines to 10 rounds and mandating a universal background check. the head of the nra says his group is against the legislation adding more school security and mental health resources will help curb gun violence. >>> maryland governor martin o'malley delivered his seventh state of the state address calling for a reenactment of the ban on assault weapons and also taking on traffic congestion and eliminating the state's death penalty. >> it costs three times as much as locking someone up for life without parole and it cannot be reversed if an innocent person is executed. >> there was mixed reaction to o'malley's address. democrats praised it as a blueprint to move th
downtown san jose, janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> later today in colorado, the final prosecution witness will be called in a hearing on whether the suspected colorado movie theater gunman is competent to stand trial. a detective is due to testify about james holmes' strange behavior after he was arrested. his testimony comes a day after some chilling 911 calls were played in the courtroom. >> shooting at century theaters. they are saying somebody is shooting in the auditorium. >> now, that detective is expected to say that holmes prevended that bags on his hands were puppets. he also says holmes tried to jam a staple into an electrical outlet and that the pupils of his eyes were dilated. southland. we'll take you live to the courthouse in aurora, colorado in our next hour. >>> colleges all over california are preparing for the possibility of a school shooting. coming up at 7:47, the drill for more than dozen two schools that simulated a mass shooting on campus. >>> 7:35. city college of san francisco will likely miss an important deadline to avoid losing its accredita
and people were sitting on it when it was a loaded canon. >> the cleaning crew called the bomb squad who disarmed the canon and everybody breathed a sigh of la rafe. a spokesman says in theory that canon could have been fired all those years it was on public display. >>> people are hunting pythons in florida today and they can win prizes. it's part of a month-long contest called the python challenge. designed to tackle the problem of exploding python population. our own john zarrella talked with a python hunter and a state officer about this contest. >> you can go out there for days and days and days and not see one python. i don't care how much experience you have. it is going to take some luck. >> if we remove one snake from the ecosystem, we've done a good thing. so imagine if 700 people are out there and they all bring one snake, that's 700 less snakes that we have out in the ecosystem. >> john zarrella is in the florida everglades with the latest on the python hunting contest. john? >> reporter: i'm out here and this is a road that goes east/west and bisects the florida everglades b
immigrants living in this country. the plan calls for verifying our %-tracking of people entering te country, and ensuring a new system that employers do not hire illegals. this as presidena heads to las vegas tomorrow to make his own immigration push. now, to the guy at the center the immigration story, arizona republiian senator john mccain, bump the -- one of the eight senators. important guy. important day. you rolled out the pla a day in front of president obama's plan. some in the g.o.p. say this sounds like a blanket amnesty. >> i was also encouraged that speaker boehner said we have to have a comprehensive immigration reform passed with 11 million people living in the shadows of america. many of them have been here for over 10 years. a precondition, that is to secure the borders. our borders are more secure but in arizona, that border is a major drug trafficking route for the drug cartels bringing drugs into the united states so we have to use lot of high-tech and drones and get the border securee that must be done. then we have to move on with this issue. >> senator, an hour ago, se
the weapons, to his bow la. hezbollah fighters in lebanon. the syrian regime claims israel attacked a military facility in damascus. iran syria both support hezbollah, which calls the attack israeli aggression. they warned the syrian regime might be transferring weapons to hezbollah, and warned them not to. we were talking yesterday about what kind of retaliation might come. at least now they're talking. >> nobody seriously thinks the syrian military is going to strike israel. nobody thinks mr. i sat is insane enough to engage israel in a war, nor is iran. the question here is whether iran and syria might use their proxies, hezbollah in lebanon to carry out some sort of attack, and the key in at that that syrn statement is surprise attack. that sounds all sorts of alarm bells. >> andrew taylor was talking to me earlier, shep, from the washington institute, and he said everybody is very wary of here is a terrorist attack against some sort of israeli interest on the globe, and iran and syria have proven they're capable of that. >> shepard: he's weapons tran fers have happened for a long time, an
have them at your beck and call laughing, making a scene, all that good stuff. >> all of that for a price, of course. abc's nick watt tried out the lifestyle. >> reporter: that's what i thought l.a. was all about. it's why i moved here. but this is my reality. i wanted to share "entourage." >> must be pretty emasculating. >> reporter: i got this. but help is at hand. >> i basically run a rent-a-crowd service. >> reporter: some tourists pay nearly $9,000 for a crowd to follow them shopping. and one gave us an idea. >> wanted people to think she's the first lady of the philippines. >> reporter: did people buy it? >> everybody bought it. do you know what she looks like? >> reporter: so i pretended to be the king of liechtenstein and went shopping with my posse. would people buy it? what do you think about this? >> huh? >> reporter: outside a panting crowd paid to scream my name. >> team nicholas. >> once you have 10, 15 people with cameras everybody else will crowd around. >> i love you! >> reporter: for nearly 5,000 bucks you get a gang of paparazzi and fake fans to meet
'm not kidding, ray lahood is an african-american on the cabinet. there's a lot of diversity but should be much more. >> i was listening to our editorial call this week. and i was thinking, this is a lesson for all of us, fortune 500 companies, media companies. look at ourselves, our primetime lineup, if people we have in charge. i think many companies look exactly like the white house. so i think this is something that we need to talk about in america and pull the stone out of your own eye before talking about someone else. >> diversity is not all different shades of white. that's really true. >> dean, speaking of all different shades, donald trump says bill maher owes him $5 million. and he may even sue. >>> dean is back. dean, bad blood between donald trump, bill maher, which should be no surprise. maher twisted the knife a bit this past week on "leno." take a listen. >> the color of his hair and the color of an orange orangutan are the only two things in nature of the same color. i'm not saying it's true. >> he said he'd give trump $5 million to prove he's not a spawn of an orangutan. that
was 23 years old, 1952. the dates are interesting the book is called the evolution of a southern reporter" evolution is the important part. jack was 23 years old. at 29 he won the pulitzer prize. and in 75 went to the "l.a. times." 1970 went to washington. young man. 65. 65, 70. he was a young man. he accomplished those wonderful stories but when i arrived he was still in into and still based their budget traveling all over with the movement at the time. those were not racially based. and this i learned from the book frankly the last door a jack covered for the constitution was in little rock when eisenhower in the federal troops and their desegregating central high school. as jean patterson said at the memorial service coverage jack was never deceived have a shot -- the same after that. with doctors and officials and the movement and he battled in justice and exposed it whenever it was started when he was 22 through the time when he died that is why i believe the first amendment, there is a myth that is shattered. when i arrived at the constitution that stated as gospel truth that jack d
level would be. and they are calling on the senate to pass a budget by spring. >> wayne la pierre has accused the president of of attacking gun owners by expanding a registry and demanding background checks. this is what he said. >> there are only two reasons for a federal list on gun owners, to either tax them or take them. it's the only reason. >> la pierre criticize the president's inauguration speech. there was not a single mention specifically of gun control in monday's speech. >>> from now on, you won't be able to get gun-related daily deals on groupon. they had been offering bargains on shooting ranges and concealed weapons courses for eight months, but has decided to scrap the offers. the decision, based on customer feedback. a texas gun shop owner isn't happy. he offered a 50% off for a concealed weapons class and was selling well. >>> an offduty police officer's act of heroism is getting plenty of hits. this happened in madrid. the officer wasted no time at all when a woman fainted and fell on the subway tracks below. he is seen jumping on the tracks to the other side of the
, ann. howard, out in los angeles what do you say >> caller: thank you for taking my call. >> bill: it's good. i remember you on channel 2 in l.a. >> bill: i had a lot of good time in l.a. i would like to get back there some day and probably will. >> caller: come out. i would like to see you on something. >> bill: thank you. >> caller: he has some backbone. obama show some backbone. people had your back. people around here are unemployed, problems with persistence and we had his back in the first term. now, i read an article all of the road blocked were in front of him. >> bill: yeah. yeah. >> caller: he did a lot, you know. so we are about ready to see something for our money in los angeles because all of our problems in california. we are hanging tough. one thing i can say about california, we have a democratic legislature, so jerry brown is able to do some things out here. >> bill: jerry brown got that initiative passed. the voters not only passed the initiative which enables jerry brown to bring the economy back and with a balanced progra
. why should you leave your chair? let the map come to you on this morning show called "good >> and we are live on the las vegas strip. i'm in a warm sweater that josh doesn't like, lara. back to you. >> i think you look absolutely perfect, sam. thank you so much. can't wait to talk to you about miss america, coming up. >>> here's a look at what's coming up on our "morning menu." get ready to meet the amazing miss montana. she has autism. and she is awesome. >>> and coming up, supermodel iman revealing her makeup magic. >>> plus, a special "deals & steals." it's a beauty edition to jumpstart your january. all that and, ryan gosling is coming up, ladies. all live on "gma" from times square. introducing coffee-mate natural bliss. ♪ made with only milk... cream... a touch of sugar... and pure natural flavors. ♪ who knew being natural could be so delicious? coffee-mate natural bliss. from nestle. add your flavor naturally. coffee-mate natural bliss. from nestle. living with moderate to semeans living with pain.is it could also mean living with joint damage. help relieve the pain and st
za ril la tells us why the state is holding a month-long contest to kill those snakes. >>> people are hunting pythons in florida, and they can win prizes doing it. it's part of a month-long contest called python challenge. there is an exploding python population. john zarrella talked with a state hunting officer about it. >> you can go out there for days and days and days and not see one python. i don't care how much experience you have. it is going to take some luck. >> if we remove one snake from the ecosystem, we've done a good thing. so imagine if 700 people are out there and they all bring one snake, that's 700 less snakes we have out in the ecosystem. >> john zarrella is in the florida everglades. >> reporter: i'm out here on the tamiami trail. we're closer to naples now than we are to miami. we've been out here for a couple of hours looking for python. it is not that easy to find them, that's for sure. at night, the reason we're out here, is they like to come up by the road and take the warmth of that road off the pavement and that keeps their bodies warm. they're cold-bloo
. his cabinet should reflect america. i'm not kidding, ray lahood is arab-american, looks like a white guy. there's a lot of diversity but should be much more. >> i was listening to our editorial call this week. and i was thinking, this is a lesson for all of us, fortune 500 companies, media companies. look at ourselves, our primetime lineup, the people we have in charge. i think many companies look exactly like the white house. so i think this is something that we need to talk about in america and pull the stone out of your own eye before talking about someone else. >> diversity is not all different shades of white. that's really true. >> dean, speaking of all different shades, donald trump says bill maher owes him $5 million. and he may even sue. excuse me, sir i'm gonna have to ask you to power down your little word game. i think your friends will understand. oh no, it's actually my geico app...see? ...i just uh paid my bill. did you really? from the plane? yeah, i can manage my policy, get roadside assistance, pretty much access geico 24/7. sounds a little too good to be true sir.
york. we want to say hi to robin at home. sam is in las vegas, for the miss america pageant. look at the control room. what are they doing, amy? >> apparently, those are called stability balls. they're having a lot of fun in the control room on them. a little bounce to their morning. this is part of our jumpstarting january. this is what supermodels do in their spare time. heidi klum revealing her tips to get runway ready right now. >> and get ready, everybody. there she is. we have style and beauty expert, greta monahan, with our supermodel secret of the day. >> coconut water. >> coconut water. >> pass this down. >> beverage of the morning. >> yeah. this is a supermodel secret. coming up later, i'm going to tell you why. if you want beautiful hair, sparkling eyes. great skin. >> all from coconut milk? >> yep. >> that's joy in a box. >> joy in a box. thanks, greta. >> thank you. >> bye. >> there she goes. >>> also coming up, unbelievable footage of jennifer aniston. smashing appearance she had last night on jimmy kimmel. that set off his new show. we'll tell you all about it. >>>
... tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 call, click or visit to start banking with schwab bank today. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 bill: here now some breaking news. show you a live look, department of transportation. ray lahood just starting a statement on the boeing's dreamliner jet. this is 787. this comes after a string of incidents involving the popular and futureriesic airliner. apparently what lahood is talking about a comprehensive review of the 787 line. dan springer live in seattle, that is home of the commercial headquarters for boeing. the big question after numerous incidents, four or six by my count, are these planes safe to fly, dan? record. >> reporter: according to the "seattle times", quoting a source familiar with the investigation that will be launched here, there is nothing to say this isn't imminent safety issue for customers. this is that needs to be taken out of service for precaution. this will be a sweeping review of the 787 and will include the design and manufacturing of the planes's electrical system. while this is going on the dreamliner will continue to fly. there are 4
with your phone calls and comments. the hashtag is gun control. here is one from matt that says la peer gun control hearing testimony amounts to we must went nies the schools rather than ban tactical weaponry. >> here is to obama focusing on gun control rather than the economy. get back to jobs t real problem. caller: i'm also a veteran and i live in south georgia and there are armed guard in our local schools and they don't have any problem like that. i just want to make a statement of that and the fact that one of the things they mention about the gun shows. the reason some of these individuals go to the gun shows is it's kind of like a flea market or a yard sale. if they want to have a background check by these individuals that are bringing their guns to trade or sale, then the gun show representatives should have a central point where people could go to and be able to do a background check and maybe whoever is bringing a gun to sell, maybe they'll do a background check on that individual. and that individual could have an i.d. or arm band or wristband or something like that. then they c
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